ASE UTRA REFLEX SOUND MODERATOR.

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ASE UTRA REFLEX SOUND MODERATOR.

VARIOUS CALIBRES AVAILABLE AND VARIOUS THREAD OPTIONS.

PRICES FROM £129.99.

THE original and STILL  popular range of REFLEX Sound Moderators. When they first appeared these sound moderators were amongst, if not THE BEST, available when cost / weight / size and performance were compared. THEY STILL ARE. However, with the numbers of options available today many have lost track of the fact that these suppressors are still offering some of the highest peformance available.

YES, there ARE lighter weight. There are smaller units. Some that cost less while others a lot more. Even now this range take some beating when all factors are given consideration.

PRE-USED AND NEW AVAILABLE. CONDITION ranges from perfectly usable through to VERY GOOD / almost new.

2023 REFLEX T8 PRICE BRAND NEW AVAILABLE @ £??? – £??? (Plus delivery if not in stock).

CURRENT STOCK AT TIME OF LISTING:

T8 .25 CAL. 17X1 mm Thread. £

T8 .30 CAL. 14X1 mm Thread. Proof Stamped .308.   £

T8 .25 CAL. 14×1 mm Thread. (Over painted a lighter grey but still fine).  £

T8 .25 CAL. 1/2″ UNF Thread. Stamped .22-250  £

T8 .25 CAL. 1/2″ SPIGOT Thread. Stamped .222  £

SAME with STANDARD 1/2″ UNF.  £

T8 .30 CAL. 5/8″ UNF Thread. Stamped .30 Cal.  £

T8 .30 CAL. 1/2″ UNF Thread. VERY MILD approx. 1/4″ diam spot of external corrosion.  £

2023 REFLEX T4 PRICE BRAND NEW AVAILABLE @ £          (Plus delivery if not in stock).

T4. RATED .22 C/F ONLY on these 4 baffle options. 2 IN STOCK. BOTH 1/2″ UNF Standard thread.  £

DO NOTE: Sending a sound moderator to a local Firearms dealer for collection will cost near enough the same as for a shotgun or rifle. You are also likely to incur a transfer fee from them too. My suggestion is to simply go direct to them and put in an order for things like these.

ANY and ALL Pre-used Sound Moderators I have should offer up perfectly acceptable performances. Certainly comparable to the equivalent model brand new. Given they are very likely to already be ‘carbonised’ internally there is every chance they will actually increase effectiveness. As with anything not brand new there is a chance they may well not last as long. However this IS reflected in the price. In reality, unless you are regularly spending hours on a range, there should be way over enough ‘life’ still there for the average shot.

The ONLY way to get maximum longevity is to dig that bit deeper and buy new. Happy to order those in where needed so just ask if you prefer.